Park's Gap Bridge
The Parks Gap Bridge is one of the numerous treasures you find along West Virginia's backroads.  The bridge, which is located inside the nooks and crannies of Berkeley County, was built in 1892.  The bridge carries Park's Gap Road over Back Creek.  The one lane bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.

The one lane Parks Gap Bridge over Back Creek.

The clearance for this bridge is only 8'6".

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  • Page Created: November 7, 2004
    Last Updated: November 7, 2004

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